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Lovely Faggot (2013)

Director: Falc Steinborn
Genre: Short movie
Country: Iceland
Duration: 5 min
Year: 2013

 

Šetajući plažom pored mora Peter susreće školskog druga Chrisa koji ga naziva pederom. Peter mu na to odgovara: “Mogu biti gay, ali peder nikako!” Več sam dosta puta rekao da vas pederom ne čini to što radite u krevetu več ono što radite izvan njega.
Ovaj kratki film napravljen u ljetnjem gej kampu na Islandu nam govori o strahovima i homofobiji kod mladih ljudi. Medjutim svi strahovi nestaju kada u nekoga steknemo povjerenje i iskreno možemo reči sve što želimo.

Prvi poljubac koliko god izgledao nespretan pamtimo cjeli život. Na žalost sticajem okolnosti jedva da se sjećam mog prvog poljupca, ali nikada neću zaboraviti poljubac na stepenicama ispod jedne tvrđave. Nakon što smo sjedeći na jednom starom austrougarskom topu pogledali zalazak sunca i ispričali sve šta nam se izdešavalo taj dan krenuli smo prema gradu. U jednom momentu je požurio ispred mene i zastao. Kada sam mu se približio rekao mi je stani, prišao mi i poljubio me. Nakon poljupca rekao je: Idemo sada da popijemo pivo. Bio mu je to prvi poljubac sa muškarcem.

Walking around at the beach, Peter meets his classmate Chris. This guy is already tipsy and calls Peter a “faggot”. But he doesn’t take any shit from him. A short film about internalized homophobia.

“I might be gay. But I am not a foggot. Got it?” With these words, Peter defends himself towards his class mate Chris. This guy is already tipsy and calls Peter a “faggot” which leads to unexpected consequences. The short film “Lovely Fagott” treats the topic of homophobia and coming out. It was produced in an international summercamp for young queers in Iceland. “Looking out of my window every morning, I saw this dreamlike scenery in which the film plays”, says Falk Steinborn about his inspiration.

The media coach from Germany created the film with young LGBT from different countries: the actors from Germany and Finland, the camera operator (Van de Blur), the composer () and sound operator (Pieter de Witt) from Netherlands.

To make the film accessible to people all over the world, it has been translated by volunteers from Brasilia to Finland. “It’s the first film that queerblick shows with such a variety of languages”, says Falk Steinborn. The reason why: the videos of queerblick are watched 400.000 times every month from people all of the world. Germans, US-americans and Mexican are leading audience. With the different subtitles the 11.000 subscribers to the channel should get the chance to understand the film at first sight.

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